A new Sony Music player that can be used to record movies and TV shows could be causing problems in California, according to a county recorder.
The Los Angeles County recorder’s Office says that the software for Sony’s new “Vevo” music player, which was announced earlier this month, is not compatible with devices like the Roku 3.
The recorder’s statement says that Sony is testing the software in a small number of devices and has not released an update.
But if the recorder’s latest test is successful, it could affect millions of movies and television shows in California and elsewhere.
If you want to buy a Vevo or other Vevos, you’ll need to get a license to record TV shows, movies and other content, according a statement from Sony Music.
And you can’t buy an extra copy of the software that has already been licensed.
So if you’re trying to record a movie on your iPhone or iPad, you may not be able to.
A few years ago, Sony released a music player that had similar features to the Vevox, but it was not compatible for use on a phone or a computer.
In fact, some people complained that the music player made it hard to record music on a computer because it could not stream music to a smartphone, as it did with other devices.
There are also several other Sony Music players, including the Xperia Vevoom and the Xperia Player.
The recorder says that if you own a Sony Music device and you don’t want to use the Vovox, you should contact Sony for more information about the issue.
It’s unclear if Sony has yet issued a fix.